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Saturday, October 20 • 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Anthony Bourdain

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Our theme is Anthony Bourdain. Storytellers are encouraged to tell about a story inspired by the man himself, food, or adventure. Even after death his legacy and stories live on. Bourdain is an inspiration to so many on so many levels. He is dearly missed, but by telling stories, and sharing experiences at this lit crawl we echo his journey to connect interesting people and gather.  

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Silvi Alcivar

“my poems emerge from the dark of you meeting i. then there is something more than light. there is life.” Silvi Alcivar received her MFA in Creative Nonfiction writing from The Pennsylvania State University and earned a BA in English and Women’s Studies, with a focus on fine... Read More →
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Nicole Hankton

Nicole Hankton, a Bay Area Native, is the youngest of six and a member of a huge extended family. Big families come together around food, and so much happens during those gatherings. Life, family and home-cooked meals make up a recipe of sorts, and she’ll share her observations... Read More →
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Leslie Jonath

Leslie Jonath is the author or co-author of many children's books and two cookbooks, including Miette. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. Sheri Giblin is a San Francisco Bay Area photographer specializing in food. Her work has appeared in numerous cookbooks and magazines.
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Eden Stein

Owner and Curator, Secession Art & Design
Eden Stein has lived in SF since 1999. Her first experience with writing was in the 2nd grade when she wrote a poem that got published. Throughout her teenage years, she wrote a zine called 7th Street that was sponsored by Maximum Rock & Roll and got global recognition. She traveled... Read More →
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Hiya Swanhuyser

Hiya Swanhuyser was born on the ninth floor of UCSF, earned her MFA from USF, and has lived in the city for 14 yearsthis time. Her work has appeared in SF Weekly, San Francisco Magazine, 7x7 Magazine, and her Backstage Heroes column runs on the KQED Arts website.  

Saturday October 20, 2018 8:00pm - 9:00pm PDT
Secession Art and Design 3235 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA